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Games, object & puzzles inspired by math, physics & logic

After just seeing a small 'exhibition' by this wonderful company at a local bookstore, I thought I'd put it up on here since it falls within the GalaxyGoo scope of interest :)

If anybody is ever in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, I can recommend this store called Arabesk (open by appointment only). They sell objects, games & puzzles which have been inspired by physics, mathematics & logic. Some examples are this wooden fractaltree and this puzzle, but there are many more intriguing objects.

They also sell online if you can't make it to Rotterdam.